Ancien et Mystique Ordre Rosae Crucis (Ordre Rosicrucien)
Rosicrucian Order, Ancient and Mystical Order Rosae Crucis
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Traditionally, the history of the Order began in Egypt about 1500 BC. First reference to it in Europe was in 1115 AD. The Order first came to America in 1694. Registered in most of the countries of the world. Also referred to as Rosicrucian Order (AMORC).
An educational, fraternal Order. Its teachings present a system of metaphysical and physical philosophy to help the individual student utilize to a better advantage his natural talents. Rosicrucian teachings unite into one livable philosophy, science, art and mysticism and seek by an educational process to free society of the enslaving influence of superstition.Available with paid subscription only.
Maintains: Rose-Croix University, Egyptian Museum, Rosicrucian Science Museum, Rosicrucian Research Library, Rosicrucian Planetarium, Rosicrucian Art Gallery. Contributes books and periodicals on Rosicrucian teachings and philosophy to public libraries throughout the world.
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